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ALLU China launches new series for Chinese market

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Global Mining Review,

ALLU has launched the NEW ALLU TRANSFORMER DC Series for the Chinese market. ALLU opened its new Chinese manufacturing plant in 2021, after listening to the needs of customers. Investing in a local manufacturing facility has enabled ALLU to make products tailored to the local market requirements.

Operations Director for China, Pierre Bujes, said: “ALLU have heavily invested in China and listened to our customers in China. Introducing the new DC Series, which ALLU have tailored just for the Chinese market this will strengthen our support to our customers and operational presence, to help grow the region whilst being competitive in the local market.”

The ALLU Transformer DC Series are reliable screening attachments for a variety of screening, crushing, mixing, and aerating applications. All models are equipped with two hydraulic motors for maximum processing power. The attachments have reinforced sides, making the bucket robust and durable even in demanding environments and with demanding materials.

The main areas of application for the ALLU TRANSFORMER DC Se-ries are:

  • Waste material handling and processing.
  • Compost mixing and aerating.
  • Pipeline backfilling/padding.
  • Stabilising clay.
  • Cable backfill.
  • Environmental remediation.
  • Soil and gravel screening.

The ALLU TRANSFORMER DC Series offers two different blade options. Equipped with TS blades, the ALLU Transformer DC Series are good for applications that require screening, separation, and aeration. The TS blades rotate between the screening combs, and the final fragment size is 25 – 50 mm. This structure is unique in that the fragment size of the final product can be changed by repositioning the screening combs. This allows customers to get two fragment size variations with the same ALLU TRANSFORMER DC SERIES at no extra cost.

Equipped with X-blades, the ALLU TRANSFORMER DC SERIES attachments are suitable for applications requiring stabilisation, mixing, aeration and crushing.

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